As per the government, the decision country has entered Lockdown 5.0 and Unlock 1.0 but on the same hand, Kejriwal decided something. Kejriwal the Chief Minister of Delhi, on Monday announced that the borders of Delhi are going to be sealed for the next one week. He says this decision is taken by the government to break the increasing chain of COVID patients in the National Capital Region, Delhi. This is the whole decision made by Kejriwal on Monday and was given to people through an online media briefing.
Probing further, he says that is continuously having more and more COVID patients that’s why this decision has been made. In addition, he says that all those people who are having passes or are engaged in essential services will be allowed to enter Delhi. Furthermore, the Delhi government has decided that no odd and even shop opening systems will be there. Along with this the barbershops and salons are going to reopen, but the SPA’s will remain closed. Other essential shops will also remain open but the people will have to follow the social distancing norms properly.
Arvind Kejriwal has further said that if the rules will not be followed properly than actions will be taken by the government. Moreover, the center has decided to open the essential services from 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. in the evening. The people living in containment zones will not be able to go out only the people providing essential services will be given to enter those places others not. Arvind Kejriwal also asked the people to give their opinions on whether the borders should be opened or not. If someone is interested in giving opinions then they can give through e-mail, Whatsapp, Twitter, etc.
- Whatsapp- 8800007722
- E-mail- firstname.lastname@example.org
- Call- 1031
You can also tweet on Delhi official twitter account or Arvind Kejriwal twitter account. Lastly, we would like to say that Delhi, NCR at present is having 10,893 active cases with 8478 recoveries and around 473 deaths. So, it’s a request for people to stay home and stay safe.
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